P+R RAI Amsterdam is one of the P+R locations where you can park your car for a special rate and then easily visit the centre of Amsterdam by public transport. Metro 52 or tram 4 stops in front of the RAI and brings you to the heart of Amsterdam within a few minutes.
During large events it may be possible that the P + R location is not available or parking is only possible for the regular daily rate. Always check our availability in the overview below and the signs on the public road and at the entrance of the garage.
P+R at RAI Amsterdam
Park your car in the garages P1/2/3/4. You can only pay for the special P+R parking rate in P1/2/4, but you can leave from all garages.
Workdays before 10:00 hours: € 8.00 per 24 hours.
Workdays after 10:00 hours: € 1.00 per 24 hours.
Weekend and public holidays: € 1.00 per 24 hours.
You can only park at the RAI for the P+R fee for 24 hours. After this period, the rate of € 5.50 per hour applies, with a maximum of € 32.00 per day.
How P + R works
Benefit from the advantageous parking rate and park your car in one of our spacious garages. Use your own public transport card or buy a P+R GVB card in our P+R area, next to the P1 pedestrian entrance. Don't forget on your way back to the RAI your last check-in or changeover must take place in the city centre area. Pay within 1 hour after your last check-out at the payment terminal in parking garage P1, P2 or P4. You can exit our parking garage without an exit ticket.
Calendar P+R RAI Amsterdam
It is possible that our P+R location is closed. We are happy to inform you about this so that you are not faced with any surprises. On the dates that we know it will be busy, we can indicate in advance that the P+R location is closed. Before departure, always check this page and the overview of the municipality on the left. And even then, in exceptional cases it can also happen that we have to close a P+R location during the day. In that case this will be indicated on the matrix signs before the exits to the RAI on the A10 ringway.
P+R RAI Amsterdam closed on